Infrared radiant heating is simple, energy-efficient, and flexible. The efficiency of the heat transfer between source and product is far higher than with hot air systems.
Infrared means low capital outlay, easy installation, reliable operation, low maintenance costs, and efficient use of energy.
2. Production and zone flexibility
Clean, safe and adaptable, infrared heating makes it possible to optimise heating layouts. Because it doesn’t depend on airflow, infrared is absorbed by the area it’s directed at. You can therefore divide any area into zones and turn heating on and off to control the energy levels in each zone. You control when and where to spend the heating budget for the environment.
3. High throughput
Heating with infrared shortens process times and increases productivity.
4. Better product quality
Controllable, predictable heating reduces wastage and and leads to more process output.
Infrared heaters can reach working temperatures more quickly than other forms of heating, speeding up processes.
Properly installed, infrared heaters, with their few moving parts, are extremely reliable with a minimum of downtime.
7. Efficient energy use
Infrared radiation, unlike convection or conduction, doesn’t rely on an intervening medium to transfer energy.